Kirkpatrick and Dolores Huerta fire up Democrats amid Kirkpatrick’s 12-stop tour

 

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For Immediate Release: November 6, 2016

 

Kirkpatrick and Dolores Huerta fire up Democrats amid Kirkpatrick’s 12-stop tour

Kirkpatrick rallied volunteers across 12 different Phoenix-area victory offices

TEMPE — Ann Kirkpatrick continued campaigning throughout the state, with 12 stops in the Valley on Saturday. Kirkpatrick rallied volunteers at one stop with civil rights icon Dolores Huerta, who endorsed Kirkpatrick’s candidacy earlier this year.

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Kirkpatrick joined Huerta, who was integral to the creation of the United Farm Workers Foundation, at a GOTV rally with volunteers in Phoenix. Huerta spoke about the power Latino voters have in this election and encouraged Arizonans to exercise that power to elect new, principled leadership with Kirkpatrick.

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Kirkpatrick continued her central Arizona swing at a canvass launch with the Arizona Educators Association. These teachers were excited to share with voters Kirkpatrick’s priority of preparing our children with a quality education to compete for good-paying 21st century jobs.

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Kirkpatrick visited Tempe field offices and spoke to volunteers who were hard at work turning Arizonans out to vote.

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Kirkpatrick also visited volunteers in Mesa and Chandler who were hard at work reminding people to vote at their polling location this Tuesday. Kirkpatrick spoke with families who were coming in to volunteer together and shared why she’ll always fight to put Arizona first.

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